Concepts in Health and Wellness

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Delmar/Cengage Learning, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 555 pages
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CONCEPTS IN HEALTH AND WELLNESS is the ideal book to provide readers with essential personal health information they can use to develop a lifetime of wellness skills. This book is approachable, inviting and straightforward and will help readers develop the knowledge and motivation they need to maintain wellness throughout adulthood. More importantly, this book will empower readers with the skills to access credible health and wellness information now and in the years to come. CONCEPTS IN HEALTH AND WELLNESS meets the diverse needs and interests of readers regardless of the academic setting and is written in a style that is easily understood at all levels, but especially at the community college level. Each chapter contains special features that enhance the textual material and engage the reader through application exercises.

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James Robinson, III is currently professor and graduate coordinator in the Department of Public Health Sciences at New Mexico State University. He taught health education for nine years in the Downingtown Area School District, Downingtown, Pennsylvania. After his doctoral studies, Dr. Robinson held faculty appointments at California State University at Northridge, the University of Northern Colorado, Texas A&M University, and Texas A&M Health Science Center. His health education consultations include school districts in California, Colorado, Texas and Wyoming, as well as the state health and education departments in Colorado and Texas. Dr. Robinson is author or co-author of more than twenty five professional publications and has delivered more than seventy five professional presentations to local, state, and national audiences. He is lead author of ESSENTIALS OF HEALTH AND WELLNESS, a health textbook for high school students, and is currently the Executive Editor of the Journal of Drug Education. Dr. Robinson has served on numerous committees and boards of the American Association for Health Education and the American School Health Association. The American Association for Health Education honored him with Fellow status in 1999 and with the association's Professional Service Award in 2003. In addition to his teaching, scholarly activity, and service, Dr. Robinson has generated approximately two and half million dollars in grant support for his research and health promotion projects. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Health and Physical Education and his Masters Degree in Education in Health Education from West Chester University. He received his Doctorate Degree in Health Education from the University of Northern Colorado.

Deborah McCormick is currently an associate clinical professor in the Department of Health Sciences in the College of Health and Human Services at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. She received her BS in health and physical education from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, her MS in health and physical education from Baylor University, and her PhD in health education from Texas A&M University. Dr. McCormick has also held faculty appointments at Lamar University, University of Texas at San Antonio, and Texas State University. She has delivered more than 50 professional presentations to local, state, and national audiences on topics related to health promotion. She is co-author of Essentials of Health and Wellness.

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